City of Columbia Tennessee

City of Columbia Tennessee

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The Anthenaeum Rectory and Columbia TN stands today off of historic W. 7th St., only blocks from the Columbia Town Square and Downtown Columbia. A prestigious 19th century finishing school for young ladies, the historic building is in amazing condition and provides tours and special programs available for visitors and residents. Another one of Muletown's Gems, and an essential part of the historic #MuletownExperience!

The new Maury County Photography Club will meet at the Maury County Public Library inside the Columbia Arts District the 2nd Monday of each month from 6-8pm.

President James K. Polk House & Garden in Columbia, TN http://www.jameskpolk.com/new/polkhome.asp

President James K. Polk House & Garden in Columbia, TN http://www.jameskpolk.com/new/polkhome.asp

President James K. Polk House & Garden in Columbia, TN http://www.jameskpolk.com/new/polkhome.asp

The Retail Division Shop at the Columbia Arts Building.

Columbia, TN, US Post Office and Courthouse - This impressive four-story concrete building provided offices for federal programs, a courtroom for federal judges, and the local post office. Postmaster General James A. Farley dedicated the building during the city’s annual Mule Day Festival in 1940. (Van West, C. 2001. Federal courthouses and post offices: Maury County, Columbia. Tennessee’s New Deal Landscape: A Guidebook. Knoxville: TN: University of Tennessee Press, p. 67)

Columbia, TN, US Post Office and Courthouse - This impressive four-story concrete building provided offices for federal programs, a courtroom for federal judges, and the local post office. Postmaster General James A. Farley dedicated the building during the city’s annual Mule Day Festival in 1940. (Van West, C. 2001. Federal courthouses and post offices: Maury County, Columbia. Tennessee’s New Deal Landscape: A Guidebook. Knoxville: TN: University of Tennessee Press, p. 67)